Following God's calling into ministry doesn't mean you have to live a life of scarcity and meagerness. 

 

We believe God is a God of abundance who gave you multiple talents to build and serve His Kingdom and by using ALL of your God-given talents, you take better care of yourself and your family and become a better pastor in the process.

INTRODUCING THE ENTREPASTORS PODCAST

 

Jon Sanders from Small Town Big Church and Pastor Les Hughes from Pastor's Leadership Network join to explore the meaning of entrepreneurship and how it relates to today's pastor. 

Join us each week to move past limiting beliefs and a broken way of doing ministry and discover how to use your passions and skills beyond the traditional pastoral and church setting to create additional income streams for your family while remaining faithful to God's calling and purpose for your life.

 

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Pastor = Abundantly Living In God's Purpose for Your Life 

What if you could faithfully serve God as a church pastor and . . . 

 

  • Afford to send your kids to college, pay for your daughter’s wedding or even enjoy a family vacation?
  • No longer live in fear of a church leadership decision that could have devastating consequences for your future?
  • Use those same talents that God has blessed you with to serve in other ways?
  • Not have “too much month at the end of your money,” barely scraping by to pay your regular bills?
  • Developed and used other talents and skills God has given you in the marketplace?

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This is a unique opportunity to dive deeper with Jon, Les, guest speaker Dan Miller, author of New York Times Bestseller 48 Days To the Work and Life You Love, to explore new models of ministry and business, find new streams of revenue, and leverage your message to serve people beyond the four walls of the church.
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FREE 
RESOURCE: 50 BUSINESS IDEAS FOR PASTORS

If you’re not sure even where to start, grab this guide to get the ideas flowing: 50 ideas that others have successfully used to start their EntrePastor journey.
You can use one or more as they are or make any of them uniquely yours.

 

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With over 20 years in pastoral ministry, Jon Sanders has a passion for using his voice to motivate and inspire leaders in ministry and business through his professional coaching, speaking, and podcasting platforms.

Jon is the co-host of the EntrePastors Podcast that serves pastors by helping them think, act, and thrive as prosperous entrepreneurs.  

Jon serves as the Director of Coaching for the 95Network, an organization that specializes in serving small to midsize churches.  In addition to his passion for church leaders, Jon also works as a full-time firefighter/EMT for Sioux Falls Fire Rescue in Sioux Falls, SD. 

 

I want pastors to know it is okay for you to show up in the world and use the gifts and passions and abilities that God has given you to own and operate your own business or some other kind of entrepreneurial pursuit where you're serving people." - Jon Sanders

Les Hughes is a pastor,  teacher, author, leadership coach to pastors and executives and host of the Pastors' Leadership Podcast, the Kingdom Boardroom Podcast and co-host with his wife, Page, for In the Meanwhile podcast. Les has served in pastoral ministry for twenty-nine years, with a four year stretch at Mississippi College as Chair of the Christian Studies and Philosophy Department.

Les currently serves as senior pastor at First Baptist Church Pleasant Grove in Birmingham, Alabama.

 

“God is not a God of scarcity. He is a God of abundance, and he provides plenty of resources for all of us, including pastors. It’s just a matter of what we do with those resources.” - Les Hughes